BaleForce Recycling Equipment, Wholly Owned Division of Metro Group Expands Operations with Acquisition of Ready Machinery

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Toronto, Canada, February 02, 2018 — Metro Group, under the leadership of CEO Danny Mauti, strengthened its position as an industrial powerhouse with the latest acquisition of Ready Machinery by Baleforce; a wholly owned division of Metro Group.

“Bringing Ready Machinery into our lineup is a tremendous opportunity for mutual growth; and most importantly the ability to provide a greater range of streamlined services to our customers.â€� – Danny Mauti, CEO, Metro Group

Ready Machinery, incorporated in 1982, is a national leader in equipment moving, with longstanding relationships in the Ontario market stretching back to 1962.

Metro Group is excited to work with Tim and Tom Southcott to ensure that the dedication to customer service and quality on which they built their company remains as strong as ever. Their knowledge of the industry is invaluable in ensuring seamless integration with Metro Group and its partners.

All the visual and client facing aspects of the company will remain the same – customers will only experience improved capabilities and offerings as a result of this move.

Metro Group of Companies – including core members Metro Compactor Service, Baleforce, Begley, and Wilkinson Chutes, as well as partners Pragmatech, Metro Jetwash, and Sensa Networks, currently performs its own equipment installations.

Baleforce Recycling Equipment, incorporated in 2004, has grown to be a market leader in the supply of recycling and waste equipment, and delivering top-line millwrighting services.

“The acquisition of Ready Machinery, together with Baleforce’s millwrighting expertise, will boost our capabilities to deliver equipment faster and more reliably.â€� – Jim Guest, General Manager, Baleforce

To learn more about Metro Group, or its individual members, please email [email protected] or call 647-367-9831.

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